Luxury Drinks

Founded in 1859 by Giovanni Gaja, the Gaja family arrived from Spain during the 19th century. At that time, the Gaja family opened a tavern in Barbaresco, serving their wines with food. By the end of the 19th century, Gaja wines are bottled and supplied to the Italian army in Abyssinia.

In 1937, Giovanni Gaja is the first to put the name Gaja in large red letters on the labels of the jars. The company progresses after World War II when Giovanni Gaja makes a large series of vineyard purchases in terms of scale and wine quality.

In 1994, his great-grandson and current owner, acquired the historic Pieve Santa Restituta in Montalcino, and in 1996, the family also acquired the Ca ‘Marcanda estate in Bolgheri, both in the Tuscany region.

Brunello di Montalcino

It is the combination of all the vineyards of tenuta Pieve Santa Restituta. The grapes of the different vineyards ferment and are crushed separately for about three weeks.

After 24 months of aging in oak, they are mixed and then aged for another 6 months in cement vats.

Intense color and expressive nose with cherry, aromatic herb, flowery notes and juniper. In the mouth reveals mature tannins, balanced acidity, rich structure and persistent finish.





Game dishes such as duck, goose or pheasant


Its name derives etymologically from the Latin word Remnius and the Etruscan word Remne, indicating the name given to the land of parish property, as mentioned in a document dated 715 AD.

Intense in color, full bouquet, and clean with soft fruity and delicately spicy notes.

The palate has a balanced body with soft tannins, well integrated into the structure, ensuring elegance and longevity.

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Mature and game meat dishes such as duck or pheasant


It is the name given to the parish estate, in the abstracts of the inventory drawn up in 1547, by canon Giovanni Sampieri. It’s both the name of the vineyard and the wine.

Intense color with complex aroma of ripe fruits, wild cherries, violets, and spicy and mineral notes.

It has a compact structure with well integrated tannins.

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Mature and game meat dishes such as duck or pheasant


The unconventional blend of Merlot, Syrah, and Sangiovese from the gloomy lands of Bolgheri outlined the cheerful and pleasant character of this wine. It represents the perfect encounter between Bibbona and Bolgheri.

On the nose it opens with floral aromas of wild rose and violet, turning into a more earthy bouquet with touches of pine, eucalyptus, roots, and wet stones.

The palate is fresh and juicy, with notes of red and black fruits – raspberry, wild strawberry, and blackberry. Creamy and soft tannins.

The finish is interesting with a peculiar, smoky and spicy character. With notes of rosemary, wild fennel and embers, it perfectly mirrors the Mediterranean surrounding it.

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Merlot, Syrah, and Sangiovese

Game dishes such as duck, goose or pheasant


It is an Italian expression with different meanings “If it were true …!” or “Maybe…”. It brings a kind of irony that leads people to smile, without demonstrating the great commitment and determination associated with the Ca’Marcanda project.

Of bright and deep colors, it shows complexity without being bold. The nose is rich and concentrated, starts fresh and then develops balsamic notes and aromas of graphite, juniper, and licorice.

It then becomes more ripe with dark fruits and rhubarb. The palate is sweet and voluminous, with notes of blackberry and sour cherry.

Fine and silky tannins with long lasting and sapid finish.

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Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Petit Verdot

Dishes of matured meat and game


The name derives from a Piedmontese expression that can be translated as the “house of endless negotiations” and refers to the various meetings between the previous landowners and Angelo Gaja.

With a precise and direct character, the nose opens with terrestrial and balsamic notes of violet, roots, bark, and sap. The palate is rich, with concentrated and crunchy notes of blackberry, blueberry, licorice, and red orange.

The finish is tasty, almost fleshy, with a precise note of iron that lasts at the end of the flavor. Fine tannins, embraced by a soft body of strong personality. The backbone of this wine is the firm structure perfectly balanced by the concentration of fruits




Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc

Beef or game dishes


Its name was inspired by the sea breeze, sun, and cheerful and carefree view of the Tuscany coast.

Of a bright and intense color, along with a concentrated character, powerful but balanced.

With intense notes of acacia and linden flowers. The refreshing presence of the Fiano grapes gives you nuances of plants, musk and menthol.

In the mouth, it is fresh and compact, with notes of bergamot, pear, nectarine, and white currant. It then switches to a more mineral and spicy character, with notes of stone, rosemary, and turmeric.

The wine is more ripe at the end with notes of mango, almond, and fig leaves.

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Vermentino, Viognier, and Fiano

Pasta dishes, risottos, fish, and shellfish